There was a great radio piece on the Water Stories exhibition at the Museum of Science on Here & Now on NPR. Robin Young interviewed Anne Neely and used a lot of my audio composition to capture the essence of the exhibition.
Her paintings, currently on display at Boston’s Museum of Science, explore the beauty of water, but also raise a cautionary flag about issues that threaten the world’s water, including pollution and climate change.
The exhibit is accompanied by an audio composition by sound artist Halsey Burgund, whose water-themed compositions play throughout the gallery.
The exhibit aims to elicit visceral connections for viewers and listeners, and also raise public awareness about water issues.